One of the big revolutionary films of the 60's, this (mostly fictional) look at the famous partners-in-crime boasts some outstanding performances from Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty in the title roles. Following them from their bankrobbing days to the famed ambush on their car, this features the first ever use of "realistic" violence. This has everything that makes a good movie. Beautiful cinematography, fine editing (that last scene is superb), fine direction from Arthur Penn and occasional moments of humor. After you see this, you'll understand why this is on many critics top ten list.